Bird on Fire: Lessons From the World's Least Sustainable City By Andrew Ross. New York City: Oxford University Press, Inc., 2011.

A Constructed Wetland for Wastewater Treatment in the Coachella Valley, Indio, California
The Coachella Valley Wild Bird Center (CVWBC) proposed a wetland habitat site on 22 acres property in India, California, under lease from Valley Sanitary District. The District currently...

Monitoring a 200-Acre Demonstration Marsh

An Evaluation of Drainage Conditions in the San Joaquin Valley
The discovery of deformities and deaths of aquatic birds at Kesterson Reservoir in 1983 substantially altered the perception of agricultural subsurface drainage water threats in the San...

Bird Use of an Evaporation Basin and a Mitigation Wetland
A 58-ha freshwater wetland was constructed to mitigate for decreased avian reproductive success and survivorship caused by a 296-ha selenium contaminated evaporation basin. To decrease...

Kawainui Marsh Restoration

Site Selection for Beneficial Uses Of Dredged Material in Galveston Bay, Texas, USA

Do We Need More Waterbird Nesting Islands in Galveston Bay, Texas? (and if so, how and where do we build them?)

Dredged Material Disposal and Migratory Birds

Poplar Island Reclamation and Beneficial Uses of Dredged Material

Enhancing Habitat at an Onshore Dredge Disposal Site

Coastal Wetlands of Ghana
The Ghanaian coast is overlain with over 50 lagoons and wetlands, which among others, are important wintering sites for European birds. Types, location and size of the wetlands are inventorised....

Duck Soup: Resolving Resource Conflicts at Rush Ranch
Land use conflicts are intensifying as population grows and habitat shrinks. Differences between duck hunters, cattle ranchers, bird watchers and a half dozen state and local agencies...

Assessing the Reliability of the Water Supply to a Closed Basin Wetlands
In many reports, it has been predicted that the loss of the Cheyenne Bottoms as a wetlands area would have an adverse effect on a great deal of the North American migratory shore bird...

Effects of Drainage on Water, Sediment and Biota
The U.S. Department of the Interior started a program in 1985 to identify effects of irrigation-induced trace constituents in water, bottom sediment and biota. The program was developed...

Coastal Refueling Sites for Global Bird Migrants

Citizen Involvement—Guarding the Public's Interest

Instream fFlows for the Big Bend Reach of the Platte River
The Big Bend reach of the Platte River in Central Nebraska provides habitat for 230 species of migratory birds. Included are six endangered or threatened species and the world's...

Channel Morphology and Habitat
Stream channels provide habitat for aquatic animals, such as fish and aquatic benthic invertebrates. Associated with the channel are near water habitats important to amphibians, reptiles,...

Chasing Birds from Oil Spills—Two Experiments
Two Canadian studies that addressed different aspects of this problem were conducted in the late 1970's. One was funded by Canadian Marine Drilling Ltd. (Canmar), who was...

 

 

 

 

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